Brother Andrew’s life work seemed to be to encourage the persecuted church and supply them with Bibles—how could he do that?
This series of books takes you through the entire sweep of world history, from the beginning until 2000.
After his escape from a concentration camp, David sets off on foot through Europe, searching for something he can’t identify.
Rebecca and Flora find adventures everywhere they go, as they try to find God’s plan for their lives.
Claire has been forced to escape from France to England at the beginning of World War II, and is torn between her duty to the children she helped across the Channel, and her love for a man in the Resistance in France.
The story of the Pilgrims is told in a fresh, new way with excerpts from their own writings woven in very well.
Five men attempt to sail a skin boat across the North Atlantic Ocean to prove that Irish monks could have done it in the 6th century.
After Daniel and his family escape from the king’s dragoons in France, they run into other dangers on board a slave ship and in the West Indies.
Homeless, Jack and Amy search for a new home—but when Amy hurts her foot, the need becomes even more desperate. Will the Salvation Army be able to help the children?
Klaus-Dieter John gets a vision for starting a hospital for the poorest of the poor in Peru, but will God bless his idea and give him enough resources to complete his dream?
What do Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the Prince of Preachers, and Thomas Johnson, a freed slave, have in common?
Born a poor boy in Scotland, how did Andrew Carnegie become an American millionaire who funded so many libraries around the world?